I'm not surprised you mentioned that you're tired of The Hulk. Personally, I'm a fan, so it doesn't bother me, the more Hulk I see, the better, but I do understand where you're coming from. He's in a majority of Marvel's animated flicks, and headlines three of them. I hear people are getting sick of seeing Wolverine everywhere, too. His second live action flick was ten times better than Ang Lee's version, and I do agree that I'd like to see more of a inner battle with Bruce and his alter ego, which they did touch upon in HULK VS. THOR. Now, mind you if you're well versed in the comic world and how the flicks compare to their animated counterparts, the conversation is going to be real short on my end. What I know of how they compare is solely through interviews with the creators, and whatever research I decided to do at their respective sites. I'm not into comic books, and was only a bit when I was young. If you haven't yet gotten a hold of BATMAN: UNDER THE RED HOOD, I urge you to try and pick that one up, too. I promise, you will not be disappointed by the latest team-up of Superman and Batman. I'm currently heading back to Batman's latest adventure, and then back to the team-up, got to work them out of my system before I get into an other flick. Which means, THE EVIL/TWICE DEAD I got coming will have to take a backseat until I'm done reveling in DC's animation.